Computational Approaches to Creative Language (SS 2010)
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- Afsaneh Fazly and Suzanne Stevenson. 2006. Automatically constructing a lexicon of verb phrase idiomatic combinations. In Proceedings of EACL-06.
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Topic 3: (one or both)
- Tony Veale and Yanfen Hao (2007). Comprehending and Generating Apt Metaphors: A Web-driven, Case-based Approach to Figurative Language. In Proceedings of AAAI 2007, the 22nd AAAI Conference on Artificial Intelligence, Vancouver, Canada, July 22-26, 2007
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- Julia Birke and Anoop Sarkar. 2006. A clustering approach for the nearly unsupervised recognition of nonliteral language. In Proceedings of EACL-06, pages 329-336.
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- Paul Cook and Suzanne Stevenson (2010). Automatically identifying the source words of lexical blends in English Computational Linguistics 36:1, pp. 129-149.
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- Raymond W. Gibbs. 2000. Irony in Talk Among Friends. Metaphor and Symbol, 15:5-27, 2000.
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Irony and Sarcasm: Detection(one or both of:)
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Computational Humor: Background
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- R. Mihalcea and C. Strapparava. Learning to laugh (automatically): Computational models for humor recognition. Journal of Computational Intelligence, 2006.
- Ruli Manurung, Graeme Ritchie, Helen Pain, Annalu Waller, Dave O'Mara, and Rolf Black (2008): The Construction of a Pun Generator for Language Skills Development. Applied Artificial Intelligence 22(9): 841-869
- Hisar Maruli Manurung, Graeme Ritchie and Henry Thompson, Towards a Computational Model of Poetry Generation, appears in Proceedings of the AISB'00 Symposium on Creative & Cultural Aspects and Applications of AI & Cognitive Science, 17-20 April 2000, Birmingham University. Also available online as Informatics Report EDI-INF-RR-0015.
- Yael Netzer; David Gabay; Yoav Goldberg; Michael Elhadad: Gaiku : Generating Haiku with Word Associations Norms, CALC 2009.
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- Naoko Tosa, Hideto Obara and Michihiko Minoh. 2008. Hitch Haiku: An Interactive Supporting System for Composing Haiku Poem Proc. International Conference on Entertainment Computing.
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- Graeme Ritchie. 2001. Assessing Creativity In Proceedings of AISB Symposium on AI and Creativity in Arts and Science. York, March 2001.
- Graeme Ritchie. 2007. Some Empirical Criteria for Attributing Creativity to a Computer Program Minds and Machines, 17 (1), pp. 67-99.
- Alison Pease , Daniel Winterstein , Simon Colton. 2001. Evaluating Machine Creativity, In Workshop on Creative Systems, 4th International Conference on Case Based Reasoning.
- Xiaojin Zhu, Zhiting Xu and Tushar Khot. 2009. How creative is your writing? A linguistic creativity measure from computer science and cognitive psychology perspectives Proceedings of the Workshop on Computational Approaches to Linguistic Creativity.
- Peinado, Federico; Gervás, Pablo. Evaluation of Automatic Generation of Basic Stories., New Generation Computing, 2006, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p289-302